David Zimmer, President of ERIEBANK, is pleased to announce the recent promotion of Allison Hodas, CTP to Assistant Vice President, Treasury Services.
In this position, Ms. Hodas is responsible for developing new business and commercial relationships, and supporting and growing existing relationships, primarily through offering of treasury management solutions and services. In addition, she works closely with other business development officers to provide a wide array of Bank services.
Ms. Hodas joined ERIEBANK as a Universal Associate in December 2007 and has since held the positions of Cash Management Specialist and Treasury Services Officer.
In July 2015, Ms. Hodas earned the Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) designation from the Association for Financial Professionals (AFP). The CTP designation is awarded to individuals who demonstrate the highest level of expertise and distinction in treasury management. She is also a participant of CNB Financial Corporation’s Leadership Institute.
“I am very pleased to see Allison’s progression to the leadership position of our treasury services team,” said Mr. Zimmer. “By providing ‘WOW’ service to her clients and co-workers, Allison has advanced to be a leader at ERIEBANK in a short period of time.”
A native of Erie, Allison graduated from Villa Maria Academy in 2002 prior to earning her B.A. in Communication Arts from Allegheny College in 2005.
Allison currently resides in Erie with her husband, Matthew and two children, AJ and MJ. She volunteers her time serving the community as the secretary of the Board of Directors at Opportunities Unlimited of Erie. She also serves on the Mariner’s Ball planning committee and as a committee member for the Annual Catholic Charities Ball.
Allison participates in many local charitable events, to include Bowl for Kids Sake, Bowl for Diabetes, Relay for Life, Spelling Bee for Books for Kids, and Making Strides Against Breast Cancer. Additionally, she is an Erie Ambassador and a member of the Athena Circle of Trust, a cohort of emerging female leaders who empower each other to develop executive and leadership skills and advocate for one another as leaders in the Erie Community.
ERIEBANK, a division of CNB Bank, is a $2.6 billion bank that has been, and will continue to be, developed by local business and community leaders. The local decision-making provided by ERIEBANK offers a high level of dedication and service to the communities within Northwest Pennsylvania and Northeast Ohio.